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[Whilst the following is a sponsored review, my opinions are totally honest/unbiased, and I will only ever review sites/services that I feel are useful to our audience]
As designers and freelancers business cards are a key marketing tool for many of us. They are our personal stamp that sell us to potential clients.
Like a handshake, a business card is crucial in making a good first impression. A quality business card can result in follow up business, whilst a poorly designed one will go straight in the trash.
Not only are they a forerunner in the printing world, but they have a huge variation of business cards available.
In addition to their standard business card sizes they offer slim (1.5″ X 3.5″) cards, “leaf” die cut cards (2″ X 3.5″) and magnetic cards (2″ X 3.5″). If you’re looking for something a little different to improve your client business then these are ideal.
Asides from quality the main thing I look for in my business cards is price.
Print Runner are incredibly affordable, with 500 full-color business cards costing just $22.95. This is much cheaper than even the small local firms I know and trust, and I get the same great service from Print Runner.
They also offer some very helpful guides to get your perfect business card setup.
You can download print ready templates to ensure that your card will print properly, and beyond this you can create a free proof, where Print Runner will approve your design for print.
If you’re looking for some quality cards soon then Print Runner have a 3 business day turnaround time.
Check them out and you can have your ideal business cards within days!
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Tom is the founder of PSDFAN. He loves writing tutorials, learning more about design and interacting with the community. On a more interesting note he can also play guitar hero drunk with his teeth.
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